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. you're at the four seasons, my favorite hotel in baltimore. >> as it should be. >> i've been there twice. i love the four seasons of baltimore. what makes this coffee so special? >> our coffee is roasted in los angeles. we get it shipped to baltimore every single week but mainly what we're doing -- we're doing coffee a different way. we're treating it more like wine. just the different tastes, the intricacies of the coffee. i have a couple different methods to display but the way you make the coffee will change the taste of the coffee as well. >> you brought some nice things. croissants and banana bread. >> we have a great pastry team headed by our award winning pastry chef. >> look at those cookies down there. what kind of cookies would you call them? >> everything cookies. a little bit of everything inside. you have chocolate chip, white chocolate chip, potato chips, pretzels, vanilla beans. you going to take a piece? pretty good, right? >> very good. so, coffee, you're grinding. the first thing that you do with coffee if you're a real coffee connoisseur is you grind your o
washington post" reports a baltimore neighborhood just signed an agreement to use cameras that are wired directly to the police department. under d.c. law, private citizens have more freedom with cameras than police do. i'm surae chinn for 9news now. >>> we reached out to metropolitan police about adding private cameras, and this is their response. quote, we believe that a surveillance camera adds a level of security to a business or privately owned home, and we would encourage people to get them when feasible. >>> it is 4:37. here's a look at some of the other things making news now. the world is remembering reverend sung young moon. he passed away from complications of pneumonia. he found the unification church in 1954. that's where you've seen the videos perform mass church weddings. he was 92 years old. >>> rebels set off explows in damascus. four army officers were injured in the attack. the violence in the civil war has been getting worse. at least 1600 people were killed last week. the activist group say about 5,000 people were killed in august making it the deadliest month in the
-5 the final over chicago. >>> the baltimore orioles in the midst of a pennant race. last night no doubting that this team came to play. mark reynolds got the ball rolling in the 5th, a three-run shot to left, his 17th of the season. the orioles piled it on. after that baltimore wins 12-0 over toronto. they share first place in the al east with the new york yankees. >>> the holdout by ravens bryant mckinney is over. the offensive tackle and the team were finally able to agree on a deal. the ravens on the verge of releasing mckinney before he agreed to restructure his deal which cuts his salary by $1 million. they didn't feel the dispute with be a distraction to the team. >> really no concern about that. i don't think it will be an issue at all. guys are pros and guys understand the business aspect of all this stuff. he's a hard worker, a pro, a raven. i'm really happy about that. >> that's a quick look at sports this morning. i'm kristen berset. have a great wednesday. >>> a man who used to terrorize redskins quarterbacks will now be verbal sparring with kelly rip came. yes, rip pa announce
bay wins 4-3 and are now 2 1/2 games behind the yankees. >> baltimore orioles are even closer. the o's coast to a 4-0 win over the blue jays thanks to two rbis by jason harding. >>> to college football, an acc duel, virginia tech hosting the yellow jackets of georgia tech. georgia tech trailing and washington hits deon hill. ten-yard touchdown there makes it 17-14 yellow jackets. virginia tech responded with 6 seconds left. he nails a 41-yard field goal to send this one to overtime. in the extra period, jernl does it again, this time an 18-yarder for the win. virginia tech takes it 20-17. >>> tiger woods finished third at the deutsche bank championship on monday, but that was enough to put him in the record books. the finish earned woods $544,000, putting him over $100 million in winnings for his career. he's the first golfer to ever achieve that mark. he's averaged more than $362,000 per tournament over his career. >>> and some eagle-eye football fans are throwing the flag on old navy. the clothing store was selling this t-shirt that incorrectly identifies the houston texans as the
will be reviewed only if there's a crime. the washington post reports a baltimore neighborhood just signed an agreement to use cameras wired directly to the police department. under d.c. law, private citizens have more freedom with cameras than police do. i'm surae chinn for 9 news now. >> and we reached out to d.c. police about adding the private cameras and this is their response. this we believe a surveillance camera adds a level of curt to a business or privately owned home and we would encourage people to get them when feasible. >>> still to come, isaac may have wiped out their ceiling but that's not stopping a new orleans church congregation from raising the roof this sunday. >>> plus a fisherman comes face- to-face with a great white shark. why he had no reason to fear coming up a bit later. >>> days after hurricane isaac first hit, more than 233,000 homes in louisiana are without power. that's about 12% of the entire state. in the city of la plat 30 miles west of new orleans, one church is not only without electricity, it also doesn't have a roof. that didn't stop the sunday servic
of baltimore on 95, the bw parkway out of laurel and route 32 and 29 out of columbia. and one more last live look, this time over at the bay bridge. a lot of people will be coming home this afternoon. it will look a lot different then. we'll be back at 5:39. >> thank you, monika. >>> howard mentioned the remnants of hurricane isaac are kicking up storms in and arp the washington area. >> in louisiana about 200,000 people are still without power. despite the instruction, the memorial church held services on sunday. flood waters caused the church doors to swell up to the point where members could barely open them and everything inside was ruined. but this church hasn't missed a sunday service in 19 years and the congregation wouldn't let isaac stop them. >> y building is gone but faith is still in god. my faith wasn't in this building. >> it's not just the church building. isaac destroyed the homes of more than half of this congregation. members have piled up their ruined possessions on the curb for trash collectors. many roadways remain under water as well as the local high school school. >>
, and teacher recalls. >>> funeral services were held today for nfl pioneer, art model. the baltimore hebrew congregation. he was joined by roger goodell and jones. he passed away last thursday. the former owner of the cleveland browns was 87 years old. >>> coming up on 9news, anticipation building for tomorrow's expected release of the iphone 5. >> also ahead, america remembers the september 11 attacks by giving back to the nation on this day of service and remembrance. >> painful memories, tributes. i'm randall pinkston with the story coming up. >>> 9news now is sponsored in part by michael and son. if you can't, we can. รณ 0 >>> as you know, today marks 11 years since the terror attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people and around our nation, people stop to remember the horror and the loss. >> randall pinkston is in new york city where a ceremony was held where the twin towers once stood. >> derek, throughout the region and throughout the country, family members of 9/11 victims came here to pay tribute, but they say they are also coming to remind the nation and the world so that no one
of the yankees. joe saunders pitched six-plus shutout innings. baltimore blanked toronto 4-0. the o's have won eight of the last ten. >>> it was a night of redemption last night for virginia tech kicker. he missed a 38-year-old kick early on in the game but boy demake up for it big time. georgia tech leading 17-14 with time running out. hits a 41-year-old field goal that sends the game to overtime. the hokies kyle fuller throw as pass sending it into overtime. virginia tech wins its season opener 20-17. >>> what a great day, monday finish. mcelroy won the tournament in boston. even this putt on 18 it hung on the lip. he still captured the deutsche bank championship. tiger finished in third. >>> our time is 6:25. straight ahead, the latest on cleanup efforts following another round of flash flooding in the district. >> plus, the tooth fairy and inflation. how much should kids get when a baby tooth comes out these days? >> wow, they're raking it in i can tell you that. right now monika has a quick check on traffic this terrible tuesday. is it panning out? >> it's tough out and we've got problems
the most potent, powerful, intense ingredients on planet earth. >> on the floor of this baltimore factory, blair lazar brews a concoction of chili peppers. blair's death sauce. lazar first served hot sauce in 1989 as a young bartender trying to force lingering customers to leave at closing time. today, you can't keep them away. >> it's a way to suddenly feel different. everything is suddenly a little bit brighter. maybe a lot a bit brighter. >> his after hours spreermt morphed into an enterprise. in part fueled by exports. 40% of the bottles made by tabasco were sent overseas. for lazar, it's 75%. here at home, there's also the changing nature of american cuisine. as immigrants from asia and latin america introduced more of the culture to capsaicin. >> i was interested in why people would be interested in something that tasted so bad. like your mouth is going to peel off. >> capsaicin is the source of heat in all chili peppers. paul rossin has done the definitive work on why half the population wants it. >> if babies don't like it, animals hate it, why do some of us love it? >> well, ther
't get no satisfaction. he spent 12 years in the nfl. he won a super bowl with the baltimore ravens in 2000. these days, you can find him on the sidelines doing tv. the new jersey native is full of opinions about football and life. he put a couple of them in his new book. it's called "goose: the outrageous life and times of a football guy." tony siragusa, good morning. and jeff floor has joined us at the table, why? because he loves you! >> pitching the buffalo bills for a long time. just trying to find something. >> with cause this year, with cause. >> when i came in this morning, brendon, who is security, said oh, tony siragusa's coming, he's such an awesome dude. that's what everybody says about them. this is what i say about you, your book. it's dedicated to the people who you said told me i couldn't do it, and there's a couple of people along the way who said you're no good, you're not going to last that long, you didn't get drafted in the nfl. and to them, you say what today? >> thank you very, very much. >> thank you. >> i think everybody goes through a little bit of negative
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